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GEA Special Reports: 2006

[PDF] The Secret to Successful Equity Investing (December 20, 2006)
We want to share with you a secret to investing that will make you wealthy. Of course this is easier said than done, but it's what we try to do in the Gold and Energy Advisor service. This strategy requires patience, discipline, knowledge and experience which we will provide. > More >

[PDF] Will This $2.00 Energy Stock Go to $182? (November 2, 2006)
Conventional energy sources are failing fast. Alternatives are few and far between. But the markets haven't caught on quite yet. "I'm launching an exclusive investment advisory service to profit from this coming tidal wave in the markets. Here's a sneak peek at my very first recommendation!" > More >

[PDF] What is Option Writing? (September 28, 2006)
Investors and traders who are new to options can easily grasp the concept of buying an option. Financially speaking, it is no different from buying stocks in the sense that you buy when you think the option's price is about to rise and then sell at a higher price for a profit. However, when investors hear about "writing" an option, they immediately feel like this options business is a lot tougher than it really is. While it may sound complicated, option writing is very simple to understand. > More >

[PDF] Advantages of Call Options Over Stock (September 20, 2006)
Options were originally created to hedge or avoid risk. By purchasing or selling options, you can custom tailor the profit and loss profile of your holdings which is something that long stock holders cannot do. Ironically, it is the investors who do not use options that are taking the greatest risks of all. > More >

[PDF] Options and the GEA Portfolio (September 11, 2006)
We have been using different options strategies the last few years to enhance our returns, lower our costs and lower the volatility of the GEA portfolio. As the markets consolidate the gains of the last few years in the gold and energy markets and as we wait for the next leg in the gold and energy markets, these options strategies will be become more important. We have asked our good friend Bill Johnson, a true options expert, to explain the basics of options. Look for more Special Reports about options by Bill. > More >

[PDF] Alternative Energy - Recommendation (May 24, 2006)
Our monthly newsletter that was issued this week was an update from our book regarding alternative energies. This report provides a recommendation and also includes this month's newsletter as the backgrond research for the recommendation. > More >

[PDF] Gold and Energy Advisor User Guide (February 15, 2006)
This report is a user guide for our subscribers so that you can maximize the benefits of the Gold and Energy Advisor. > More >

[PDF] 2005 GEA Portfolio Performance (January 10, 2006)
The GEA portfolio had another great year of performance, below are our results and comparisons to similar major market indexes. The GEA Portfolio total return for 2005 was 50.10%. This return includes capital appreciation, dividends, option writing, short and long-term profits. At the end of the report are details, spreadsheets of the GEA portfolio. > More >

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